Here at Cracked, we're not against fun. And yes, we know that only people who are entirely against fun ever say things like that. But in this case, it's true! So when we run articles pointing out details that would more or less "break" a movie, we understand and accept the simple counterargument that without these idiosyncrasies, there would be no movie. And if there was no movie, then we wouldn't have anything to tediously pick apart, and we'd just be left alone in an unfurnished studio apartment, crying into an empty bag of beef jerky. And that's no fun -- which, remember, we seriously love -- so let's start distracting ourselves from our terrible, terrible lives! We mean, uh ... having fun!
Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice -- Why Don't They Give The Kryptonite Spear To Wonder Woman?
Batman v. Superman, on top of being longer and less interesting than most real court cases, probably doesn't merit detailed scrutiny. For one, that would require us all to intentionally remember stuff from that movie, and for two, it feels kind of like bullying the Special Ed kids. But what's the alternative? Being alone with our thoughts?
You don't even want to know the kinky shit that goes on in there.
Superman and Batman eventually team up to take on the most dangerous "man" of all: MANKIND.
Oh wait, no. They fight a huge glowing-eyed monster named Doomsday. Which shouldn't have been much of a surprise to anybody. When you name your kid Doomsday, he's not going to grow up to be an accountant.
Though if you name him Doomsdai, he might turn out to be a stripper instead.
Doomsday is nearly invincible, but he does have one weakness -- an Achilles Heel, a chink in the armor, a metaphorical Kryptonite ... actual Kryptonite.
A danger to both Kryptonians and lazy screenwriters.
So Superman knows what HE and ONLY HE ALONE has to do: take one of Batman's Kryptonite spears and fly it right into CPA Doomsday's chest hole, even though it might kill Superman too!
The Obvious Solution:
Wait ... couldn't Superman have done anything else with the spear? The dude can throw objects into space, and it never dawned on him to try tossing the spear at Doomsday?
Like that time he used his powers to pander to r/atheism.